What does Aaliya mean?
Associated with: exalted.
Aaliya has 1 more related form via Aliya: Allia.Kreatif forms:
(female) Adliya, Arliya, ..
(male) Aaliyaar, Aaliyaas, ..
How popular is Aaliya?
Aaliya is a rare given name for females. Aaliya is also a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Below is a charted analysis of the usage of Aaliya and associated names. Aaliyah (#45 in recent rankings), Alea, Aleah (#423), Aleeyah, Aleigha (#1066), Alia (#729), Aliah (#1319), Aliya (#865) and Aliyah (#168) are the prominent alternative forms of Aaliya (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000. Adoption of these relations of Aaliya was well-received among parents in the year 2012 (median #861) and is almost as widespread today (#957, ▼14%). Aaliyah has been the most prevalent, though Aliyah has become popular as well over time. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Aaliya is alike in pronunciation to Aalya, Aila, Ailey, Aili, Ailie, Ala, Alaia, Alaya▲, Alayah▲, Ali, Alie, Alla, Alley, Allie▲, Ally, Alya, Ayala, Ayla▲, Ellia, Eulia, Illia, Olia, Youliya, Yulia and Yuliya. Other suggested similar names are Aanya▲, Abalina, Adalia, Agafiya (see Agatha), Alida▼, Alika, Alina▲, Allina, Aloha, Amalida, Amalija, Amalita, Amiliya, Analisa, Antaliya (see Antalya), Dalila, Daliya, Galia, Galina, Giliya, Halia, Halima, Halina, Haniya, Jakiya, Jalisa▼, Jaliyah▲, Jaliza, Kadiya, Kalia, Kalila, Kalisa, Katiya, Lalia, Lalita, Lalya, Maiya, Malia, Malita, Nadiya, Paniya, Safiya, Salima, Talia▲, Talisa, Talita, Tallya, Talya, Valina and Zalia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Aaliya.